Large US Retail Bank To Bet On PKI With Arcot

by guest on October 2, 2006

in Guest Post, Jim Salters, Writings

Glenbrook’s Jim Salters files this report: Even if you’ve been following the authentication space and the industry dash to comply with the FFIEC Authentication Guidance, it’s likely that you’ve never heard of Arcot. But that may soon change. According to the company, a major bank in the US will soon announce their plans to deploy ArcotID technology to its millions of retail banking customers. And while this might sound like just another customer win for an authentication solution provider, this appears to represent a dramatically different authentication strategy than we’ve seen so far from a large US bank, with interesting implications. The full report is available on Payments News.

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